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Boris Johnson says "generation rent" can become "generation buy" through new government-backed loans.
27 February 2021
Grief is compounded by lockdown and isolation, says Claire Apsey, after losing her parents to Covid.
27 February 2021
Tackling eating disorders to podcasting mindful messages - some of the ways you have faced Covid.
27 February 2021
The north Wales commissioner says it could cut addiction and violence, but critics reject the call.
27 February 2021
A small, family service will be held for the 100-year-old who raised almost £33m for the NHS.
27 February 2021
MoTs were first cancelled in January 2020, with exemptions used to allow cars to stay on the road.
27 February 2021
Saturday's papers give their view of the Duke of Sussex's candid interview with James Corden.
27 February 2021
The chancellor also launches a "flexi-job" scheme so people can work for several firms at once.
27 February 2021
Irish freight is being shipped directly to Europe to avoid Brexit bureaucracy.
27 February 2021
There is growing speculation that a certificate scheme could be built into the main NHS app.
27 February 2021
What's it like and what can you eat inside the UK's quarantine hotels?
27 February 2021
Four young performers pay tribute to the 100-year-old veteran, who raised almost £33m for NHS charities.
27 February 2021
After phase one is complete by mid-April, here's the order in which all other adults will get the jab.
27 February 2021
Gordon Lyons says he is responding to "practical difficulties" caused by the NI Protocol.
26 February 2021
Putting over-40s ahead of teachers or police officers is "the moral thing to do", Matt Hancock says.
26 February 2021
It is thought years of erosion by the sea has caused the wall of the east wing to collapse.
26 February 2021
The retailer says its 15 shops will not reopen after lockdown and 647 people are being made redundant.
26 February 2021
The racing driver, who had both legs amputated in 2017, has walked, cycled and kayaked 140 miles.
26 February 2021
Jack Barnes suffered a cardiac arrest after being restrained by public transport workers.
26 February 2021
Royal Navy bomb disposal specialists are dealing with a 2.5m (8ft) device.
26 February 2021
The former first minister makes the claim during his long-awaited appearance at a Holyrood inquiry.
26 February 2021
Prof John Mallard, formerly of Aberdeen University, was known for his pioneering work in medical imaging.
26 February 2021
Infection rates are declining overall, but some regions are seeing a rise in cases.
26 February 2021
Outdoor sport for people with disabilities is allowed in lockdown and is a lifeline for families.
26 February 2021
More than 20 years on, how has military culture changed after allowing the LGBT community to serve?
26 February 2021
There was a 75% reduction in staff at Addenbrooke's Hospital testing positive after a vaccination.
26 February 2021
Music in a pandemic: Guerrilla gigs, song-writing compulsions and learning an Elizabethan guitar.
26 February 2021
Duncan Laurence won Eurovision with his song Arcade, which is now being powered by TikTok.
26 February 2021
Londoners have been urged to remain on "high alert" as there are still thousands in hospital with Covid.
26 February 2021
"Someone is having a worse day than you" jokes a council after 'No Enry' is painted on a road.
26 February 2021
The government is reviewing whether venues can ask for proof of vaccination or a negative test.
26 February 2021
Students react to the news that their grades will be decided by teachers rather than exams.
26 February 2021
What Harry thinks of The Crown, what the Queen got Archie for Christmas, and other key information.
26 February 2021
BBC editors Faisal Islam and Simon Jack tell us what Chancellor Rishi Sunak might have in store.
26 February 2021
Rishi Sunak thinks the low-tax zones will boost struggling parts of the UK - but not everyone agrees.
26 February 2021
The enviable political duo who ran Scotland together is now long gone. So, what went wrong?
26 February 2021
Gay life in London was vibrant as the 1980s began, but a mysterious illness was soon to change that.
26 February 2021
The high cost of fertility treatment leads some to find donors on social media, even though it's risky and could be illegal.
26 February 2021
Newsbeat hears from young women about their experiences working for multi-level marketing companies.
26 February 2021
A nurse who died with Covid-19 inspired nearly her entire family to join the NHS.
26 February 2021
Fishing community leaders say Greenpeace's action is dangerous and illegal.
26 February 2021
A benefits top-up to help the poor survive lockdown is due to end - unless it is extended at the Budget.
26 February 2021
The landscape has been recreated to help young people understand how to run a national park.
25 February 2021
The number of people on furlough rises by 700,000 to 4.7 million after fresh lockdown measures imposed.
25 February 2021
GCSEs and A-level exams cancelled in England by the pandemic are to be replaced by teachers' grades.
25 February 2021
The ex-chancellor says Boris Johnson must "do the right thing", even if it means risking unpopularity.
25 February 2021
It comes after Reading and Leeds organisers said they were "very confident" of holding their events.
25 February 2021
The High Street-only retailer says it has lost £1.1bn in sales due to the recent lockdown.
25 February 2021
Brands are starting to embrace social media influencers with disabilities to target the "purple pound".
25 February 2021
What will the lifting restrictions on weddings mean to couples and those in the industry?
24 February 2021
Hospitality venues are set to gradually open up in the Spring under lockdown easing plans.
24 February 2021
The hair and beauty industry is calling for a cut in VAT to help mend the sector's finances.
24 February 2021
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